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Chills, sweats, fever of 104 at the highest, body aches, vomiting, severe dizziness, nausea. What could it be?

Chills, sweats, fever of 104 at the highest, body aches, vomiting, severe dizziness, nausea. What could it be?

See MD ASAP: It's probably an infection of some sort, perhaps a rather severe one. However, there must be a hundred or more different infections and other medical conditions that cause such symptoms and there's no way to guess at the cause in your case. But this could be quite dangerous: with a fever that high, see a doctor immediately. Good luck! ...Read more

Dr. Dennis Giannini
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Body Aches (Definition)

Muscle pain is most frequently related to tension, overuse, or muscle injury from exercise or physically-demanding work. In these situations, the pain tends to involve specific muscles and starts during or just after the activity. It is usually obvious which activity is causing the pain. Muscle pain also can be a sign of conditions affecting your whole body, like some infections (including the flu) and disorders that affect connective tissues throughout the ...Read more


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Can you have nausea, vomiting, dizziness and a high fever in early pregnancy?

Can you have nausea, vomiting, dizziness and a high fever in early pregnancy?

Not from pregnancy: Nausea, and vomiting, are typical symptoms in early pregnancy. High fever (>100) is not typical, and it could mean you have an infection, either a non-dangerous stomach flu or more serious abdomen or brain infection. See your doctor soon. ...Read more

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Can a cyst on my ovary cause a high fever, nausea, vomiting, and dizziness?

Can a cyst on my ovary cause a high fever, nausea, vomiting, and dizziness?

AN OVARIAN CYST: Should not. You are having symptoms of infection or inflammation. Please have this checked. ...Read more

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Last week I have nausea and vomiting dizziness back pain loss of appetite low fever tired now my period is late 3 days took a htp and it's neg?

Last week I have nausea and vomiting dizziness back pain loss of appetite low fever tired now my period is late 3 days took a htp and it's neg?

Symptoms of preg?: Are you pregnant or not? Home tests are not perfect, but they are pretty good. It's still pretty early. If you had negative home tests each day for the next two days, and no period, then it is a good time to be checked with the office preg test and maybe address some of these symptoms. Or at least, if the symptoms are bothering you a lot, skip that and go to the clinic sooner. ...Read more

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Decreased appetite and nausea vomiting after eating. Fatigue tiredness and all over body aches/tiredness. No energy at all. No fever. 2-3 days?

Decreased appetite and nausea vomiting after eating. Fatigue tiredness and all over body aches/tiredness. No energy at all. No fever. 2-3 days?

Viral?: Make sure you dont' get dehydrated in the meanwhile. Try Tylenol (acetaminophen) for the aching. If the problem persists for >10 days or getting much worse in the meanwhile, see your doctor. ...Read more

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What I felt after taking naproxen dizzy, sleep nausea no appetite vomit liquids, fever 101.4, fatigued chills thirsty caugh dry lips?

What I felt after taking naproxen  dizzy, sleep nausea no appetite vomit liquids, fever 101.4, fatigued chills thirsty caugh dry lips?

May or my not be na: This may or not be due to naproxen. The nausea can be but oherwise this is either an alllergic reaction to naproxen or some other problem for which you intially took the naroxen. You can ask your physician to help carify the problem. ...Read more

Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


Dr. Ronda Dennis-Smithart
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Chills (Definition)

Chills may occur at the beginning of an infection and are usually associated with a fever. Chills are caused by rapid muscle contraction and relaxation, and are the body's way of generating heat when it feels that it is cold. Chills often predict the coming of a fever, or an increase in ...Read more